1. Mansik Jeon

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    2. Fabrication of Dental Crown by Optical Coherence Tomography: A Pilot Study

      Fabrication of Dental Crown by Optical Coherence Tomography: A Pilot Study
      Digital impressions have been studied for better gingival retraction in including the under subgingival finish line condition. Here, we employed swept-source optical coherence tomography (SS-OCT) of 1310 nm wavelength, which is capable of noninvasive, high-resolution, and high-speed, to discern the utilization-possibility for supporting the fabrication of the dental crown. A three-dimensional (3D) abutment was used at the 0.5 mm of the subgingival finish line below the level of the ...
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    3. Non-invasive optical screening of Streptococcus Pneumonia based inflammatory changes of the tympanic membrane and mastoid mucosa in guinea pig otitis media using optical coherence tomography

      Non-invasive optical screening of Streptococcus Pneumonia based inflammatory changes of the tympanic membrane and mastoid mucosa in guinea pig otitis media using optical coherence tomography
      Abstract: The accurate screening of otitis media (OM) lies in clarifying the numerous confounding and quantitative factors that are discovered during primary inspections. Increased awareness about bacterial biofilms and inflammation has allowed researchers to develop a better understanding of the bacterial infections that occur in the middle ear. In this study, four live guinea pigs were inoculated with Streptococcus pneumonia to induce OM-related inflammatory changes. Since optical techniques have been ...
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    4. Assessment of the Inner Surface Roughness of 3D Printed Dental Crowns via Optical Coherence Tomography Using a Roughness Quantification Algorithm

      Assessment of the Inner Surface Roughness of 3D Printed Dental Crowns via Optical Coherence Tomography Using a Roughness Quantification Algorithm
      Abstract: Dental crowns are used to restore decayed or chipped teeth, where their surfaces play a key role in this restoration process, as they affect the fitting and stable bonding of the prostheses. The surface texture of crowns can interfere with this restoration process, therefore the measurement of their inner surface roughness is very important but difficult to achieve using conventional imaging methods. In this study, the inner surfaces of ...
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    5. Dynamic compensation of path length difference in optical coherence tomography by an automatic temperature control system of optical fiber

      Dynamic compensation of path length difference in optical coherence tomography by an automatic temperature control system of optical fiber
      Optical fiber is widely used in optical coherence tomography (OCT) to propagate light precisely with low attenuation and low dispersion. However, the total optical path length within the optical fiber varies in accordance with changes of the temperature. This leads changes in the total optical travel path of the interfering signals and results in shifting of OCT image position to an unintended depth pixel value. In this paper, we presented ...
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    6. Optical Interferometric Fringe Pattern-Incorporated Spectrum Calibration Technique for Enhanced Sensitivity of Spectral Domain Optical Coherence Tomography

      Optical Interferometric Fringe Pattern-Incorporated Spectrum Calibration Technique for Enhanced Sensitivity of Spectral Domain Optical Coherence Tomography
      Depth-visualizing sensitivity can be degraded due to imperfect optical alignment and non-equidistant distribution of optical signals in the pixel array, which requires a measurement of the re-sampling process. To enhance this depth-visualizing sensitivity, reference and sample arm-channeled spectra corresponding to different depths using mirrors were obtained to calibrate the spectrum sampling prior to Fourier transformation. During the process, eight interferogram patterns corresponding to point spread function (PSF) signals at eight ...
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    7. Identification of multi-dimensional thread geometry using depth-resolved swept-source optical coherence tomography for assessment of dental implant fabrication

      Identification of multi-dimensional thread geometry using depth-resolved swept-source optical coherence tomography for assessment of dental implant fabrication
      The geometrical characteristics of dental implants, such as thread depth and width, facing angle, pitch, and surface roughness, are important to assess their stability and osseointegration after implant surgery. Herein, we demonstrate the potential use of depth-resolved swept-source optical coherence tomography (SS-OCT) to assess the structural quality of widely used dental implants. The implemented SS-OCT system was centered at a wavelength of 1300 nm with a 100 nm full-width at ...
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    8. Measurement of Vibrating Tympanic Membrane in an In Vivo Mouse Model Using Doppler Optical Coherence Tomography

      Measurement of Vibrating Tympanic Membrane in an In Vivo Mouse Model Using Doppler Optical Coherence Tomography
      Optical coherence tomography (OCT) has a micro-resolution with a penetration depth of about 2 mm and field of view of about 10 mm. This makes OCT well suited for analyzing the anatomical and internal structural assessment of the middle ear. To study the vibratory motion of the tympanic membrane (TM) and its internal structure, we developed a phase-resolved Doppler OCT system using Kasais autocorrelation algorithm. Doppler optical coherence tomography is ...
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    9. An averaged intensity difference detection algorithm for identification of human gingival sulcus in optical coherence tomography images

      An averaged intensity difference detection algorithm for identification of human gingival sulcus in optical coherence tomography images
      In the past decade, there has been an increase in the development of sensitive, highresolution, non-invasive diagnostic methods for periodontic diseases. Optical coherence tomography (OCT) has attracted considerable attention in clinical settings. In this study, a reliable, robust algorithm for the detection of gingival sulcus in 2D OCT cross-sectional images is proposed. Previously, the measurement of gingival sulcus in OCT images has been performed by manual identification using two-dimensional (2D ...
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    10. A Comparison Study of Marginal and Internal Fit Assessment Methods for Fixed Dental Prostheses

      A Comparison Study of Marginal and Internal Fit Assessment Methods for Fixed Dental Prostheses
      Numerous studies have previously evaluated the marginal and internal fit of fixed prostheses; however, few reports have performed an objective comparison of the various methods used for their assessment. The purpose of this study was to compare five marginal and internal fit assessment methods for fixed prostheses. A specially designed sample was used to measure the marginal and internal fit of the prosthesis according to the cross-sectional method (CSM), silicone ...
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    11. Non-Invasive Morphological Characterization of Rice Leaf Bulliform and Aerenchyma Cellular Regions Using Low Coherence Interferometry

      Non-Invasive Morphological Characterization of Rice Leaf Bulliform and Aerenchyma Cellular Regions Using Low Coherence Interferometry
      Non-invasive investigation of rice leaf specimens to characterize the morphological formation and particular structural information that is beneficial for agricultural perspective was demonstrated using a low coherence interferometric method called swept source optical coherence tomography (SS-OCT). The acquired results non-invasively revealed morphological properties of rice leaf, such as bulliform cells; aerenchyma, parenchyma, and collenchyma layer; and vascular bundle. Beside aforementioned morphologic characteristics, several leaf characteristics associated with cytological mechanisms of ...
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    12. Analysis of Enamel Loss by Prophylaxis and Etching Treatment in Human Tooth Using Optical Coherence Tomography: An In Vitro Study

      Analysis of Enamel Loss by Prophylaxis and Etching Treatment in Human Tooth Using Optical Coherence Tomography: An In Vitro Study
      Bonding of braces is an essential part in contemporary orthodontic treatment. For the proper strength of bracket bonding, enamel conditioning or surface treatment on tooth surface is required. Treatment on the tooth surface such as prophylaxis smoothing with pumice and enamel etching results in considerable damages to the enamel surface of the tooth. In this study, we have proposed optical coherence tomography as a noninvasive imaging technique for the evaluation ...
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    13. 3-Dimensional characterization of cortical bone microdamage following placement of orthodontic microimplants using Optical Coherence Tomography

      3-Dimensional characterization of cortical bone microdamage following placement of orthodontic microimplants using Optical Coherence Tomography
      Microimplants are being used extensively in clinical practice to achieve absolute anchorage. Success of microimplant mainly depend on its primary stability onto the cortical bone surface and the associated Microdamage of the cortical bone during insertion procedure leads to many a microimplants to fail and dislodge from the cortical bone leading to its failure. Even though, previous studies showed occurrence of microdamage in the cortical bone, they were mainly 2-dimension ...
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    14. Clinical Utility of Intraoperative Tympanomastoidectomy Assessment Using a Surgical Microscope Integrated with an Optical Coherence Tomography

      Clinical Utility of Intraoperative Tympanomastoidectomy Assessment Using a Surgical Microscope Integrated with an Optical Coherence Tomography
      Significant technical and optical advances are required for intraoperative optical coherence tomography (OCT) to be utilized during otological surgeries. Integrating OCT with surgical microscopy makes it possible to evaluate soft tissue in real-time and at a high resolution. Herein, we describe an augmented-reality, intraoperative OCT/microscope system with an extended working distance of 280mm, providing more space for surgical manipulation than conventional techniques. We initially performed ex vivo experiments to ...
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    15. Non-destructive identification of weld-boundary and porosity formation during laser transmission welding by using optical coherence tomography

      Non-destructive identification of weld-boundary and porosity formation during laser transmission welding by using optical coherence tomography
      Laser transmission welding offers significant benefits over conventional welding techniques enabling single-stage rapid plastic joining. The quality of laser transmission welded products are commonly assessed by measuring the weld penetration depth, hardened weld boundary, and inspecting the formation of porosity. However, existing methods of verification are inevitably accompanied by destruction of the specimen. Thus, non-destructive quality assessment methods for laser transmission welding have gained attention recently. Here, we demonstrated an ...
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    16. Assessment of cortical bone microdamage following insertion of microimplants using optical coherence tomography: a preliminary study

      Assessment of cortical bone microdamage following insertion of microimplants using optical coherence tomography: a preliminary study
      Objectives: The study was done to evaluate the efficacy of optical coherence tomography (OCT), to detect and analyze the microdamage occurring around the microimplant immediately following its placement, and to compare the findings with micro-computed tomography (CT) images of the samples to validate the result of the present study. Methods: microimplant s were inserted into bovine bone samples. Images of the samples were obtained using OCT and CT. Visual comparisons ...
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  2. About Mansik Jeon

    Mansik Jeon

    Mansik Jeon received his PhD in electronics engineering from Kyungpook National University, Daegu, Republic of Korea, in 2011.Currently, he is an assistant professor of the School of Electronics Engineering at Kyungpook National University. His research interests are in the development of nonionizing and noninvasive novel biomedical imaging techniques, including photo acoustic tomography, optical coherence tomography, ultrasonic imaging, handheld scanners, and their clinical applications.